Bioshock Infinite was released on March 25, 2013 by 2K Games. The game was developed by Irrational Games. Bioshock Infinite is a first person shooter.
Booker DeWitt has only one opportunity to wipe his slate clean. He must rescue Elizabeth, a mysterious girl imprisoned since childhood and locked up in the flying city of Columbia.
Like Bioshock and Bioshock 2, Bioshock Infinite is a standard first person shooter featuring role playing elements. The art-deco style of game world continues with Bioshock: Infinite. If you have played the previous bioshock games, you would like this one.
In contrast to the limited spaces of Rapture in previous BioShock games, the expanded environment of Columbia provides for more dynamic combat challenges in Infinite. Columbia is a city in the sky which makes for an interesting new gaming arena. There is a transportation system called Sky-Line that the player can use to move around with. There is action with it as the player can jump off any any point.
The player has to make do with the available tools and weapons, The player can carry only 2 at a time. Weapons and ammunition can be picked up as the game progresses. The shield regenerates and heath packs is available periodically.
There is a skyhook on your hand which allows you to attach to rails and move quickly around an the level which is great fun. The gunplay is simple and fun with a variety of weapons, good enemy variety and a range of powers to use which are all fun and have utility in the fight. In particular the power which absorbs damage into a molten ball which you then throw at an enemy is very nice.
If the player dies, the regeneration booth will revive him with a few coins less in the packet. Local enemies are also revived which gives the game more action.
|Operating System||Windows Vista or better|
|CPU||Core 2 Duo or better|
|Memory||2 GB or more|
|Hard Drive Space||20 GB|
|Graphics Hardware||ATI Radeon HD 3870|
NVIDIA 8800 GT
Intel HD 3000
|Network||Broadband Internet Connection Required|
Bioshock: Infinite can run on some recent laptops successfully.